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1950 Willys Overland Jeepster
$18,500.00

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Very nice Driver Six Cylinder.Priced to sell fast.

I just installed a new top, side curtains and top boot. Interior is also new. I expect this one to sell very fast, So call now to make it yours.

This car needs nothing, its ready to go anywhere. It runs great, looks good and has no issues

Email or call for a lot more photos. Jim 904 692-4626

1950 Willys Overland Jeepster
$16,500.00

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Upgraded with GM V-6 and automatic transmission. Very nice Driver Priced to sell fast.

Many of you have asked me to let you know when a nice Jeepster at great price comes in, so heres your car. I expect this one to sell very fast, So call now to make it yours.

This car needs nothing, its ready to go anywhere. It runs great, looks good and has no issues

Email or call for a lot more photos. Jim 904 692-4626

1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Convertible
$24,900.00

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Very nice Cutlass. I just drove it on a 500 mile trip and it ran perfect. Nice paint, top and interior. The car needs nothing. Buy it and drive it home.

Email or call for a lot more photos. Jim 904 692-4626

1964 Ford Galaxie 500 XL 390
$19,500.00

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Very Very nice Ford. Nice paint and interior and runs and drives Like it should. Drive it home, ready to go. Zero rust, Engine and trans completely overhauled, New exhaust, Drive anywhere.

Email or call for a lot more photos. Jim 904 692-4626

1948 Triumph 1800 Roadster
$49,500.00

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Fully restored rare model! Mechanically sound and runs, drives and stops well. Previous owner rebuilt engine and transmission. This vehicle has the standard 4-speed transmission on the column and is fun to drive. Look at the trunk lid that opens to provide a windscreen for the rear passengers! Paint is nearly new. Convertible top and upholstery are like new. Horns and trafficators (turn indicators) work well. All lights are operational Wood dash is in excellent condition Roll up windows and all glass are good Tires are as new. Very low miles on them Factory jack Recent brake work including wheel cylinders, rebuild of master cylinder etc Excellent oil pressure and the car runs at normal temperature. The 1800 Roadster, model number 18TR,[1] was designed in the closing days of World War II.[5] Triumph had been bought by the Standard Motor Company in 1944,[5] and the managing director of Standard, Sir John Black, wanted a sports car to take on Jaguar, who had used Standard engines in the pre-war period.[5][6] Frank Callaby was selected to style the new car. After getting Black's approval for the general shape, Callaby worked with Arthur Ballard to design the details of the body.[7] Design of the rolling chassis was by Ray Turner. Walter Belgrove, who had styled the pre-war Triumphs and was employed as Chief Body Engineer, had no part in the design.[4] Early post-war steel shortages meant that the body was built from aluminium, using rubber press tools that had been used making panels[7] for the largely wooden bodied Mosquito bomber that had been built by Standard during the war.[citation needed] The frame was hand welded up from steel tube.[4] The engine was a version of Standard's 1.5-litre, four-cylinder side-valve design that had been converted to overhead valves by Harry Weslake and built by Standard exclusively for SS-Jaguar before World War II.[8] The Triumph version differed from the Jaguar version in having a 6.7:1 compression ratio instead of the Jaguar's 7.6:1 and a downdraught Solex carburettor instead of the Jaguar's side-draught SU.[4] A four-speed gearbox[4] with synchromesh on the top three ratios was used.[9] The tubular steel chassis was a short-wheelbase version of the 1800 saloon, featuring transverse leaf sprung independent suspension at the front and a live axle with semi-elliptic springs at the rear.[4] The rear track was wider than the front by some 4 inches. Brakes were hydraulic. The body design was anachronistic. A journalist old enough to remember the pre-war Dolomite Roadster that had inspired the car felt that the elegant proportions of the earlier model had been abandoned in favour of a committee-based compromise, "a plump Christmas turkey to set against that dainty peacock ... [more] Toadster [than Roadster]".[3] The front had large separate headlamps and the radiator was well back from the front between large "coal scuttle" wings. Passenger accommodation was on a bench seat that was claimed to seat three: the car's 64 inch width helped make a reality of the three-abreast seating, and the approach meant a column gear change was required. The car's unusual width also made it necessary to fit three screen wipers in a row, an example followed by early shallow windscreen Jaguar E Types.[3] Additional room for two was provided at the rear in a dickey seat with its own folding windscreen: this was outside the hood that could be erected to cover the front seat.[7] Entry and exit to the dickey seat was never easy and a step was provided on the rear bumper.[10] The Roadster was the last production car with a dickey seat.[1][7][10] The only significant update in the Roadster's production came in September 1948 for the 1949 models, when the 2088 cc Vanguard engine, transmission, and rear axle were fitted.[2][11] A retrograde step was the fitting of a three-speed gearbox even though it now had synchromesh on bottom gear.[12] Apart from minor modifications to the mounting points, the chassis, suspension and steering were unaltered.[citation needed] This later version of the Roadster was given the model designation TRA.[1] On test the changes resulted in the top speed increasing marginally to 77 mph (124 km/h) but the 0-60 mph time was much better at 27.9 seconds.[citation needed] The car was never made in large numbers and was mainly hand built. 2501 examples of the 1800[1] and 2000 of the larger-engined version were made.[1][2] Production ended in October 1949.[2] Today, surviving examples are keenly sought and change hands for high prices.

Email or call for a lot more photos. Jim 904 692-4626

1950 Willys Overland Jeepster
$19,500.00

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Many of you have asked me to let you know when a nice Jeepster at great price comes in, so heres your car. I expect this one to sell very fast, So call now to make it yours.

This car needs nothing, its ready to go anywhere. It runs great, looks good and has no issues.

Email or call for a lot more photos. Jim 904 692-4626

1937 Chrysler Royal C16
$18,500.00

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This is a beautiful car! The paint and chrome are extremely nice.

All the chrome has been redone and the stainless trim is in excellent condition.

There are no dings or dents on the body, no scratches in the paint. There is no rust, it is super clean.

The wide white wall tires are nearly brand new. It is the flathead six cylinder motor and 3 speed transmission with over drive. It runs and drives really good. The interior is all original and in pretty good condition. I have the original 1937 bill of sale and credit agreement along with some documented history of the car, and clear Florida Title.

Email or call for a lot more photos. Jim 904 692-4626

1935 Ford 2 door Humpback
$25,000.00

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81 year old car in excellent condition, all original save a repaint some time in the past. It was a quality job. 6V system. Mechanical brakes. 3 speed transmission. 221 CID flathead V8. Car drives, brakes and shifts smoothly. Car was on display in a NY restaurant for many years So I Used the Bob Drake method for restarting including replacing plugs, wires, copper filter, belt and the triple oil change process. It runs very smoothly, no leaks. Condition, in all honesty, is remarkably good. Again, save the repaint, is all original.

1935 Ford 2 door Humpback Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6GAmqyAhxs

Email or call for a lot more photos. Jim 904 692-4626

1936 Desoto Airstream Coupe
$25,000.00

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The De Soto S1 deluxe Airstream for 1936 enjoyed great success. Sales of explorer Hernando DeSoto namesake shot up for 1935 and 1936. Subtle changes for 1936 included a lowered chassis by one inch and a longer wheelbase by the same measure. A metal roof insert replaced the soft inserts of earlier cars. A 93 hp version of the reliable and peppy Chrysler Corp six continued to power the 1936 cars. Independent front suspension and 4 wheel hydraulic brakes system made the cars a pleasure to drive. 1936 DeSoto Airstream Business coupe. One of the first coupe styles to have a deck lid extending down to the bumper level, providing full access to the trunk compartment. The spare tire inside, mounted vertically behind the single 2-passenger seat. Factory optional rear wheel skirts further accent the coups clean lines and are with the car . This Airstream Coupe was part of a famous DeSoto collection of Walter Chrysler. The car is in well preserved condition. The car is fully operational. brakes, fuel and cooling system have been renewed. A new fuel tank has been installed. All lubricants flushed, rechromed bumpers, Leather interior , Clear title. Few examples of the attractive 1936 DeSoto Airstream Business Coupe remain. This car can be used and enjoyed. Brief outline of restoration work performed: *Fuel system - New stainless steel fuel tank and lines. *Brakes - Master cylinder rebuilt, wheel cylinders and shoes replaced, DOT5 silicone fluid. *Wiring - New wires, battery, fuses. Starter replaced. A very nice car you can show or drive anywhere.

1936 Desoto Airstream Coupe Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSZBZSNrOaU

Email or call for a lot more photos. Jim 904 692-4626

1933 Dodge DP Six
$19,500.00

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Very nice 1933 Dodge DP Six .Rust free running driving classic that is in very good condition inside and out. All the gauges, lights and wiper work great.

1933 Dodge DP Six Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1hOSc4O6RU

Email or call for a lot more photos. Jim 904 692-4626

1937 Cadillac Series 65 Fleetwood Sedan
$24,900.00

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This wonderful original Cadillac only has 57,408 miles and has just received very high end paint job on its rust free body. It has new firestone tire and runs and drive great.

The Cadillac Series 65, after the Series 60, represented Cadillac's second, and, being built on the C-body instead of the B-body, somewhat physically larger entry into the mid-priced vehicle market when it appeared in 1937. It was slightly higher in status than the LaSalle, also offered by General Motors.

1938 Cadillac Series 65

In 1937 it was offered in only one body style, a 4-door 5-seat sedan, built by Fisher on the same 131.0 in (3,327 mm) wheelbase as used by the Cadillac Series 70 and the Buick Roadmaster.[1][2] The car offered a longer heavier car than the Series 60 at a price below that of the Fleetwood bodied Series 70.[1][2]

Under the hood was the Monobloc V8. The only displacement that was available was the 346 cu in (5.7 L). This engine produced 135 hp (101 kW) at 3400 R.P.M. The car had Bendix dual-servo brakes, "Knee-Action"[1] independent suspension in front and a Stromberg carburetor ('37: AA-25; '38: AAV-25) with an electric choke.

Email or call for a lot more photos. Jim 904 692-4626

1940 Chrysler Royal Business Coupe
$24,900.00

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Only 800 ever built and only 11 known left in the world. 8481 miles since built, New Very high end Paint. Power steering, Power brakes , Hydraulic lift front suspension. Three new batteries, Audi 8 way Power seats, Tilt Telescoping Steering , Ron Francis wiring , Eagle GT Tires , / 350 Trans with shift kit, SBC 350 cu in .030 over, mild cam, Holly 600 cfm, Edelbrock intake, Hooker Headers.

1940 Chrysler Royal Business Coupe Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHG5LfRl8WA

Email or call for a lot more photos. Jim 904 692-4626

1927 Willys Knight model 70A
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I started this ground up restoration 3 years ago, and have not had time to finish it. Every nut bolt and part has been removed, sand blasted or wire wheeled, primed and painted. The six cylinder Sleeve valve Engine has been rebuilt. All bearings and seals have been replaced or inspected and repacked with synthetic grease. The rust and rotted wood has been repaired and replaced. Custom hubcaps and bumper caps. Included is a pallet full of extra parts, including engine, transmission, front end, drive shaft, etc. Over $10,000.00 invested to date. Bodywork, paint, glass and interior need to be finished. Wiring all correct with cloth covered head screws. No modern zinc fasteners. All rubber is new on suspension and mounts. Radiator is near perfect. Headlights, taillight, spare tire and 99% of car is included plus all the extra parts. Call me for more info or email for more photos. 904-692-4626 jim@jeepsterjim.com

1948 Willys overland Jeepster
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This complete original car was found 5 years ago with 10 other Jeepsters that had been in a warehouse for 35 years. This was the 44th Jeepster I have restored and by far the best I have ever done. It has been my personal car and made the trip to CA. and back and Canada and back. It now has 8000 miles on the restoration. I would leave now and drive it anywhere with confidence.

No expense was spared in this concours quality frame off restoration. The interior is new and the top is high grade canvas as well as the top boot and side curtains. The gauges have been restored and calibrated. The entire car was stripped to bare metal and and undercoated. The body has 3 coats of primer then 2 coats of Dupont base coat and 3 coats of high quality Dupont clear coat that was cut and buffed between coats. The frame is all undercoated.

About 300 pictures of the entire restoration from start to finish come with the car.

The L-161 engine was blue printed and balanced and the original 3 speed, with overdrive were completely rebuilt. Nothing was compromised during this restoration, right down to every nut and bolt.

It has new Coker tires, new hub caps, beauty rings, mountain brakes and wheel cylinders, master cylinder, brake lines, shocks, battery, fuel pump, clutch, pressure plate, plugs and wires, main bearings, re-built crank, rod bearings, pistons, rings, cam, valves, guides, valve seats, gaskets and seals, and all new exhaust.

It runs great. It will do 70 MPH and all the chrome is show quality and complete. The steering wheel is new, as well as all of the glass. The wiring is completely new and color-coded to factory specs. The car is 12 volt with Optima battery and the gauges have a voltage reducer. It also has GPS,and chrome driving . Its not shown in the photos but the entire steering column and shifter is now show quality chrome.

1948 Jeepster (silver) Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPZ6YnhHI0U

Built with pride by: Jeepster Jim of Florida Call for more info 904-692-4626

1948 Willys Jeepster Street Rod
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This is a 1948 Willys Jeepster, and is a $100,000.00 California build. Corvette ZZ-4 making 355 HP, 4 speed with O/D, 4 wheel disc brakes. Power rack and pinion steering, Boyd Coddington Wheels, TA radials, Kicker subs, dual amps, Secret audio, GPS, DVD, Camera and Hydraulic deck lid. Leather interior, Dual Chrome, alternators Awesome PPG paint and pin stripped by Pete "hotdog" Finlan. This car drives like a Jag XKE with twice the horsepower. It's as close to driving a Grand Prix car that I will ever get, and even your wife can drive it. Clear Florida title in my name. Trades Considered.

1948 Jeepster Street Rod (yellow and blue):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=by0BxVNsKoc4